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Project introduction

In response to the Government's target of having 60% of relevant age groups receiving higher education by 2010, the OUHK has been offering full-time face-to-face programmes since 2001 to make available more diversified options for young learners. Besides, part-time face-to-face and fully online programmes are also on offer to provide learners with more choices. Currently more than 18,000 students are studying with the OUHK, with 4,500 on full-time programmes and the rest through distance learning.

Inadequate space for teaching and learning has become a concern as the full-time programmes expand. As a result, the Campus Phase Two development plan was conceived. Thanks to the generous donations from alumni, friends and philanthropists, the Government's Matching Grant Scheme and an interest-free $12 million government loan, the $230-million project was completed in September 2008. Linked to the present main building, the new 12-storey structure with a total gross floor area of 13,000 square meters houses two lecture theatres, over 30 classrooms and other learning facilities including a library extension and a whole floor of computer rooms. It also provides students with more space for learning, self-study and various kinds of activities.

 
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Modified Date: Dec 03, 2013